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By JEN COWART On Friday, December 8, the fourth and fifth-grade students from Rhodes Elementary School and Oaklawn Elementary School arrived at the Cranston West school auditorium where they would begin a day of Hour of Code exploration through the more
ASSAULT On December 9 at approximately 9:41 p.m., Officer Schaffran arrested Christopher Vieira, 26, of 58 Lyndon Road in Cranston for simple assault and disorderly conduct. The arrest was the result of a call for a disturbance at the Shell Gas located more
By THOMAS GREENBERG In a court hearing Tuesday morning, retired Cranston Police Chief Marco Palombo Jr. pled not guilty on misdemeanor charges of domestic assault/battery and domestic disorderly conduct. Judge Mary McCaffrey heard the plea from Palombo more
A ho-ho-holiday breakfast at Y The Cranston YMCA hosted a complimentary Breakfast with Santa event on Dec. 9. at 9 a.m. and at 10 a.m. Breakfast was provided by the Cranston Rotary Club and guests also enjoyed photos with Santa. There were many holiday more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Annual City Hall Christmas Tree Lighting took place on Dec. 5 indoors; as it was raining that evening. The rain, however, did not dampen the holiday spirit as the outdoor Christmas Tree was lit by Mayor Allan Fung, and Santa Claus more
By PAM SCHIFF For most families, the biggest debate this time of year, is which side of the family to celebrate the holidays with. For interfaith families, it can be akin to the invasion of Normandy trying to carefully maneuver each family's ideologies more
By JEN COWART In a surprise announcement last Wednesday morning, Assistant Principal and 2004 graduate of Cranston High School West, John Fontaine, was named Assistant Principal of the Year by the Rhode Island Association of School Principals (RIASP). . more
By THOMAS GREENBERG National Grid's been by Theresa Tortolani's house seven times already to patch up a gas line that's been springing leaks for the past year and a half. But National Grid has made the decision that it won't be replaced until next spring more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Shouts of cowards!" and "shame!" from members of the RI Gun Violence Coalition rang through the council chambers at City Hall Thursday night after the Ordinance Committee tabled a resolution calling on the RI General Assembly to pass" more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Robert Lancia, District 16 State Representative from Cranston, is getting back on the road after being sidelined for the month of November due to a torn rotator cuff. Now, he's walking door-to-door, hoping to hit 2,500 houses in more
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